Johnny Manziel has shown that he can makes plays on the field.
It seems the former Texas A&M quarterback can also grade on the Wonderlic test.
Manziel reportedly scored 32 on the Wonderlic at the NFL Combine, which is the highest grade of the top quarterback prospects in next months draft.
The Wonderlic is used to assess the aptitude in connection with learning and problem solving.
Manziel's score is better than the reported test results of former Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles (28) and Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater (20). Any of the three quarterbacks could be the first one off the board when the Houston Texans make the first pick in next months draft.
The NFL draft begins May 8th at Radio City Music Hall in New York.